Horror in the dark woods
It's been eight years since artist and single mom Rebecca Underhill was abducted and left to die in an old broken down house located in the middle of the dark woods. But even if her abductor, Joseph William Whalen, has since been killed, another, more insidious evil is once more out to get her in the form of the Skinner. The son of an abusive butcher, Skinner intends on finishing the job Whalen started but failed at.
How is he going to get to Rebecca?
He's going to do it through her children, by luring them into the cornfield behind the old farmhouse they live in.
Horror in the depths
Now, armed with the knowledge that the Skinner has escaped incarceration at a downstate facility for the criminally insane, Rebecca must face the most horrifying challenge of her adult life: rescuing the children not from a house in the woods, but from the abandoned tunnels that run underneath her property.
But the Skinner is watching Rebecca's every move.
The horrifying question is, will she live long enough to save the children?
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When I began this audio book, I was unaware that I was listening book 2 of a trilogy (I am silly, I know) so I was a bit confused throughout the beginning. Though I didn't start the trilogy at the beginning, ultimately I was able to understand what as going on and found the story to be thrilling and hard to put down! I am now very interested in going back to hear the first one and then on to the third! I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a strong female protagonist and a good mystery/thriller. Zandri weaves an enthralling tale while Evie Cameron delivers a fantastic voice performance. 10/10
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
- Tad B.
This was a creepy story that kept me listening from start to finish. It is a good story with a good narration.
Evie Cameron was an excellent narrator. She was very easy to listen to.
The story was easy to follow and flowed along nicely. Even though this is the second book in the trilogy and I hadn't listened to the first one, I didn't feel as though I was at a loss as to what led up to this point. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.